JDA employees continue strike on 13th consecutive day

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 6: Jammu Development Authority (JDA) Employees Welfare Association continued their strike for the 13th consecutive day, today.
Amid slogans in favour of their demands, a large number of JDA employees assembled outside JDA office and held protest. They were demanding implementation of 7th Pay Commission, enhancement in the wages of the daily wagers and revocation of order for ‘no work, no pay’.
“We are on continuous protest since May 25, but no one from the administration and JDA are bothered to listen to our demands”, they alleged.
While addressing the gathering, president of the JDA Employees Welfare Association, Mohan Singh Jamwal, said that the strike would continue till the demands of the employees are agreed upon by the Vice Chairman, JDA. The work in the JDA office remained paralyzed today, he said.
Meanwhile, as a part of protest, the association stop plying of all the vehicles with heads of all section and did not allow any work in the parking of JDA, ISBT and other parking. The association also ensured no movement of Khilafwarzi wing in the field area under the authority.


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